The Panama American


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The Panama American
Portion of title:
Weekend American
Physical Description:
Scott Family Library Fund ( donor )
Panama Times, Ltd.
Place of Publication:
Panama City, Panama
Publication Date:
daily (except saturday and sunday)[may 12, 1973-]
daily[ former oct. 7, 1925-dec. 4, 1966]
daily (except saturday)[ former dec. 10, 1966-may 5, 1973]
normalized irregular


Subjects / Keywords:
Newspapers -- Panama (Panama)   ( lcsh )
newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage:
Panama -- Panama


Dates or Sequential Designation:
Oct. 7, 1925-
General Note:
On Saturday published as: Weekend American, Dec. 10, 1966-May 5, 1973.

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Source Institution:
University of Florida
Rights Management:
All applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
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oclc - 18709335
lccn - sn 88088495
lcc - Newspaper
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ScQmmnaee hearing at wMa I.Iutionct im. i .W...
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* Donations totallink over $1,000
have'been received at Communt
thest* headquarters the fir|1
three days of this week, to push. Si H ir
the total received or reported to 7'
$6,015.00 as of 5 D.m. yvasterday.
Incitded in this total 10 Il o -
from local rate employes of the
Panatma Freight House. first tI WASHINGTON, Oct. 30 (UP) Howard M wmo,
report this year -eas they have legislative representative ,of the Canal Zone Emergecy
Ibcal rate contributors in the .Legisktive and Finance 'Committe, conferred for 90
CoThe Lthe ft of of wm ates in Washington yesterday with Canal Zone Gov-
a0 local rate workers at the ernor ohn S. Seybold.
havlt H $1 toward the Ches unro said: "No decision was reached.- We talhld
drive to rate $MA36B this year. over ,at we already knew.
Ed ard Mandes is Commun t.
Che represntakve in this un "e are both trying" to find the necessary time for
wor under Stanley Lone, a.ful:dress meeting with other Army Department effi-
acifle side chairman for cials- discuss the Canal Zone rent sitation.t "
Frr61. chairman of the cam- It is understood that Seybold is occupied witf# a
oaiSn reid ea,"~A M ntBber of official duties which have made it diffie.t so
batis, aft a in. i frto for te"agree on a formal meeting-with Army Se .tary
th u adthat he expected Fakk'Pace Jr., Assistant Secretary Francis Ssack eferd
IaMaasMa cit a steady flwor Oed Munro.
if dd"to tiM to the Chest
oe l treMiTWd by to T Secretary of the 'Panama Ca- lady reported receiving many
Pa Ut chairman. He ha nal Coapany William Whitman phone calls and messages today
$4 In e si wo ld Seybold met witl) Pae and praising the committee's meet-
S"S amountiniaM l Sbacklefrd yesterday. and la ing last night at Dlablo. wten
I Bflbrthution. hf expect to meet with both a- It was unanimously dealded to
VPur. -w Ias. gain toy. Dres for a Connrional-.,a.
IvesUgation of the acUtiv k of
C assp M B-it, y ntaA Hew r, Whitman sold: thee the Panama Canl M
m gineet t weve concealed .not ,and-tmae nal m emt-
but witoh1 "0Ithl1 ,we. ,
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ed by mployesfl. The
Da. O p..turned in
lonal $32 S the P.aoll
sent In*o- .

Wn to 1 M Th staff of ele n attached to
lti rovemrors qffibe eotributed
a on Sturaa atrtmk p the Trea wer'soffice for-
' ,mrm y h'IArWa5i'ld $34: $21 cac e from the
W SU w erclotl Mpre Director's -fige and $12
N9 so i l d for e fro headquarters of the Police
the flhooe areas. Divl"n.

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lesser relatives as well as many
old friends who will help him ce-
lebrate his t7th birthday Satur-
dav In the city of his birth-Co-
lon. is grandfather. Jose Fran-
claeo df it Ossa. was Superior
fudgI of the Republic of Panama.
tbumih I'm a great New
York fan. I love coming back to
Panama." he remarked. "Mv
roota ste here, and always will

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"-te Civii Aeronautici
dkiolsed tday I plans
Iqre airline to lstawl w
lhtlit in pane cockDits t
M propellers are in

Was the elastan of a o I
under the chairmanship" o F.
Andrea Neusler "to-
wbether or net this iroup abhedd
emintw -n permanent iegls ive
representative in W asington."

The decision to 'create this
0 (UP' rommitee, and its subsequent e-
Boarji lention. was not accomplished
tO rW- without debate in which the
warning CZLEPC sullt into labor and el-
o show vie council groups.
reverse Another committee was also
chosn to draw nIo the CZELC's
S constitution and bylaws.

Reversible propellers are used
for braking,'action after touch- These commitpaq t-s. ,--.'
Ing the runway on landings. The givenn no set dat.' by which they
board said inadvertent reversal have to reonrt Dosc to the fmul
in flight f create a "most CZELFC, but Loveladv feels the
dangerous dMditlon." I full grbun will probably have to
Meet again before the 'end of
Such a qmdition flared In November. The co.rmittees may
the .rash okj National Airlines report to this meeting.
DC-6 at Nasboth. N. 3.. last:
Feb. 11. wIw a Jon of 33 lives. Lorelady bha previously sag-
A ropeller retesred in flight tested Nov. 28 as the late
.id the cr W..Aot Iammediately convenient date for the epwa-
SrecogniinR he trouble, cut off in of the hearing SeyboM has
another en e. according to the promised on the rest nesp.
CAB's anal s. These are now due to go into

f effect Dec. 7. /
A warni light would have /
identified t_ trouble at once. However. Lovelady. General
the OCAB Si. and the crew Civic Council president Charle8
would not ive -turned off the;W. Hammond Fnd Walter .?ag-
wrong engfm1 rer of the CLU-MTC are em.
powered to go ahead and r-
The boar tpday requested canize the presentation of the
comments fI 1xllnes bv Dec CZELCF case at t hearing
I on its prould new rule. The without further specific dtec-
rule would ju it that lights lions from a formal mnAthM of
be Installed~ r'ater than the the committee. LoveSadl de-
and of 1 i0 clares.



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thIn di shle aOwag ofr a nlr"The lighter." wmsgbt at the "trive-i .
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1' 34MaoteoN Ave NW YMk. Jl- N y.
3411 A"" -_ 7CoLngress Will Hear i...-">
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St e18t YOU- I U S.r 8AI'lWR.AB, MN .D.1+ Sy: U.1,
IimWASHINGTON. (tIA)--'t@e I. .
A 1, considerable argument shap- O Kfeloag 0
.-the old one or the new 613-- o c ++*
TH E M A IL 8 0 will deliver two of the thbie i t. '
po ortant messages which tn t: 'a.
iWhite House customarily sends -The other day P
The Mail Box Is ean *pe forum fat readers The Peuse Ams toPAa. n sT re r ? -lub epox o sati
s.ea. Letters are rcei~d gretefuilh ad ore handled is whJlly Cnfi- The Constitution says the Pres- pb l s ell on n'th
deaiel meaner. ident shall advise the Caong rss fV tting re or tAt
if yeo c-itrabrte a iute dee's be impetlet r it l ees4t aeDa the on the state of the Union "from I to o ia
seat day. Lettes are publbhed is th. edI m lvedeied time to time." Whil the "state o
Pl|es try t ke hep the lettre lid to ese l g lth. ofthe union" r Is u
identity aI INtte n weae held lstrict~lie= 40. sent up to l or dus l= a \ a
This newepMper eSnt"es a teimsp slblilly fa e1tafMe1 4 e 4 Opinions er.hd in person by President
Axpresed ins letters from readetf right after Congress convenes, ofC
the timing this year may make Al. a
0 -that that
WAI WAIL... Congress convenes Jan. 3. In. tonh
SSir: WA"W auguration day t i J 20. Mr. -te when he went to Pstreaty pe
The "Boquete Bugle" l Monday'& Mall Box ys the Army Truman could deI atath "If
has been looking over the -Bquete t nt to d a test ca the ounien n a Ahtl w
for their boys. The poor des., alt, the t mU^n r-d=U s 1wim- inefc be hh fi ^ i
rming pool, theater Xyi, PX, aof cttraee bsebl diamond, and Or he could skip it. INO ao
other luxuries at Qlayton suffielert of the Coniuandos? House deisaio non thfi yet. to
Or must they go to a cooler climate to work e fat off. What The new Preildent qS BspteQ f
'about us poor civilians living in Diablo, Curun u, and other out his n prg am 16 e ,i
moth-eaten towns? Or are we tougher tha you s are? suguratiot da.? th isaei or h I the query to
l t-Rugged. could send .Up oa omor@'o,-, t n
Editor's Note: An inquiry nht the Cfolowing Te- cialm A 5ogre,
ment from the t.S, Army Cablcbe cau: time tO tiM Haaar o. i
The Army has no defInl site at .1melete for the es- On thee untal a dao 8 ar eErae lt
tablishmnent of a rest camno thin Interior of Panam" oeo"the pul ent act cam nS
HOT NOTES sent up to b I
During a recent fire in Otitun: es, I recall te Incident a heW ae*lo -A ws rkI
most vividly the "Louie" in char' a of t Me oiz sent IoU of his tn the ROWS t b a- .
valuable ad lprieless time givlng the oncu t of the next sde vide that 'Mln i te mlem a hm"J .1 jh'. sm" ra" .
of the duplex a lengthy dressing down of directing the "at the beJar e pa-e s hip? loo-" ehpd *hSJ 71 to fim M thi
burning felt, string, etc. was o la se lot .aa in My PK WPooa SIid al wed fI to plncl f IB
For your own guidance and information, We suggest you Agante etrf PrmidWA a
thorou Invebtate this fi might n"
The64 quetin thtwe I ask Il: Can we be ex- 8e to nWnor Hoer"r
listed to have *lent ei in He antel ~oat mi shehel wasI "M
et y outs for terr fioe protetlou, .The now an ~ m 5 B
People. lAter--!at of
2litor'e Note: Cheek with Cn nteftsre- the a T. .at
ves that theL incident in question a .V f per.t with toa i
Alitipo'crtred at 2:54 fta[ p it 1i l w,4-11, to tell how he all dolar hilg s
Slafray ao wind hate oo 4 l b e PAA's- Comets
action of a heat element The 6 4 t=and ha g to bne l rt.
*88 od.idl of .th. n ,. Sdoa staed that wese ow th e can Truman t- 3 By O r yi1jSa
it was not practical, for tetcidl reiobe to use foam in -0 it.
fighting thsfire, e i t of the neighboclith r isted.
In commenng 1 an exchange oe wos between a First Chrietiis cards of the It was 4 total n departure whe# Pak anteed itir ethe uBr thitish ges Ire e..
ihbor a dafrei at t tiet* ofthe blaze, the ,iear hlvI cosI to Wahington Ameriean World r F Eed it is bu rnmdtl ted- ad iist .e. prC!_ti a
Spi.e Sthe tolewin=* o.tit: .oIt ranelect n dal. 1nL faeI delivevi. deV 1 e
QIttloiam 01 the- l1ike dlurlsioin the (Canal Zone, from They're hI k F01- 1 p sven more *e o 7 of towi eipocial a bUst t
whatever source. IsAlas welcomrk because. In the first cai," wld Hawalan t or "A u L. .a ntage -
vlaoe. it always helps ato imp tve te ervite, and. In the Merrier Christmas an d s- N, .4. airlIne fore made Im- Evidepe dicte Aeric and por makers M
second place, it pleases us to kndW that people are Inter- ,ler Now Year" o un t3ed tha. homu
dated. in what we aie doing.' The cards T o w, o fr door a n .
t w w dT r wo"The incident at Gatui referred to In the letter pres- tilon a Chirlatmq ra ee l decor-a tIn a8 h aotble
ented to you for publication WAt isignflanitit. It was ated with aub ma11 ar tlob-r it 0,11M V I tnajmTot tsredaas
brought about os a man saunterl but of a house in which "I like Ike0" hthi s taWtn he t
S there wasbu e Ie l an refusing to aht we rthe question of the t e propagandatie he" C 12 R Yor i 5t5 rit -
officer of othe Fire Division as to -. whether- the fire hadbeen n.OOt th c. o-' + Jbhh a add a and
extin ulashed. UIon lnen xPind o
Later in te day, when the head of the household re- on the cards reads: sake to frothhi has limitedI
turned fr om work he was informed as to what had taken "threrollnm He- o m eld6 wth dIs prac aftical ffor ete.S. -
S place and also wh t wlts ne6esaty to use watel to extin- slare lany s w thisIV, 01 practi cha oe-
sWlah the firen plano. He was eatIrely sat fled with veafll. w cannot b lpr
the metlBod used, and complimented the firemen for their o B aot ASM. ,. "r. ...
omed wort.-
Th ie alre times that try ma 'soulsl It is ti e to an T a i
t ..he pin, ,sart ,o. rav wat tt -R b for' ithe O_(e tpI d do ,. ... ..
t l flue t ait ntlol the world today. a vtt1
Sc Onet tti h the United States was designed to rep- Well over a V dolt hr will e
ient the MOale andto shut out the t grants b tt the hi3be sent by e1ibHin as D orb tInohavearrived-
aoualas do not uay much attention to te Constitution down ntaor e anU tlCons n tstu ... e a
Shere. week o the canln i r to. the manufacturer flnda gs- a.&4 411
Tey *a even trying to enforce te old Britisah Writs of 1eTV te e i o
SApat I iw ot one just Iihe It tto the Locks Divistn now. aIn a t
( n Iito d arl any one at asn g te.13 time L
+ H bd o. yOthlil carWat Oe rto ha ing1 his ea e e Dem craY t O- k
tO go back to WVk until he saigna leter statnK that he had res Inolo ea l astas
64 at th tibA" Wt 1111e411- -I* -ll
That Is ptre coerelon. and Is hostile to the liberty and in- i tt time to M Se 10 I-thnkckled P nd
Dowl'hetc they seem to forget that our government fa tfl re1 are abi1 to an 1h 1t~ ud At et ln
ftFot the 0 1 tn oe y._.. r gt u t. whatever eke It
fridd4uby the eople ant for the people. Not a place r neqnt U Itedralnualn of 10 SoI e0e ItKw, Iw that We -t atkS, ll pt...
seuld be happor than the Canal S oe, If it were fre* of i tmh but th i vHM a go orl0 vi~1 l o.. o0, "a t in t
:, f bi 0ths e f ltre shiquing cothpanles., and was govetnel fat Ie ot the expense involved in gale to ont h d_.wtha hhadw asm Mulloffered. .,ti
th Moii iJautl. ..e etino mpalfm wind-up. give e to 0a0 1111Wontself am (s;0111,1
Thel mi nf our politleal system; mare the right of the But this l Inat o a pnelieinary turdayn 'in s aeout 4: With ,we, n d taWd
people to make and alter laws, the power and right to naie 4petndlng schedule. It the two udBo yshleuis r )r ataout4:tedIt "the tubege
Government. What rixhth in that direction do we have In t1 ~partMa d theft subsidiaf or- hois, i butrone &ea e t ), thing s
=I al tone? o aannhgtifeaaot*hrasO Ire. me- ine. t U ldent may .plain, 1. 1 d t if-
If the Canai Zone las partotheVA.A..for taxationf..t.A-lbtymore .,.a ele whyracesldo are .est _
.- plet. why don't we, who are vits5 interested In the Vtpflity As of now. thle schedule call1 ought to b recorded for th pub, as It...
and Welfare of the Canal Zone, na voles or vote for a go fqr the Dwhrcats to Widc. has b, by me, to tae poiac the I P.
ornear? Rvlr TV's'.d tdio m lpairni eI4iAt.
Why ,ll the secrecy in the sodcalled PanamA Canal Cdoi- with a halfeur bredduast *1 o ... A n ;
Ret a clearer plti're of a bad program directed by the poker- i, Til ltbes 1111 I8}1- w a a ot I 4 ao carge
._a rdmeepping lobbies? .At wrtet ytra t heh e Z .lbleaanaet h311 :SiitS. ",n 1I04t.In o.- eo:rP n--) ... ,oov A l pa earsn

\SLaist trials with the greatest merit Ind fortitude. e, the -F uliM en ArE and
hardly a man who will not acknOwledge that our sn ttehen Itr8 sd so~th as I .
4e1vlaes or to the preservation Of the few privileges left us. lb the I_ rB !e e6t the r ba doul ba
Th.ey are watenhla us te~w to see If we are getting farther lest word 5e. ean bude PoI.-. .th. .., .. ,
Apart or closer orether with our various complaints aid grI' Ip r earv douy the DemoeIe hand ( b .
neesse it Ial en* lerhereo.....
The unity of management and labor. the welfare and thi a elm dS omo,
happiness of those living here is the--palin plllar of suoeses and litmwef*on w*. on thq nir mat ek ) n auoin.ol
proptx Ity of the Canal Zone. not dictatorial policies., tha'n lheehowet during the firs t MI. '-
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Democrats (

...Po-p ing -A
#i:i.-" n --i ') ""t .' E nover Witer told reporters he was'
i EW YbRK, Oct. 0 (UP) -d DWight >. VEenhower Sa d Stevenson *s,"m"a -
a d Democrotic party leaders yesterday to say n1oed wes he 5o
yW u ItediW i their 1948 presentl condl- erislaat e ag oles
f now ip c nir Iaw.bim "a very. vf fellow." inaths. O es a a m
*I Prw nood straight day in the New r aft tu s '
Yrk ANir l ai eblicenrpresidentiel nominee re- ,ea and if "ihet s -
Itdly 'a iorts to explain why they .~ ,the'e o t "ethe
C ibW d gildobout Mm. teven"on will wind up his two-
I'm di .,an that Iwas in 1948," he r toura o, lennsylvail toyI
told audiences-in Voikers and White Plains, N.Y. speechesato be n ow Wt ah
In White Pleins a crowd. esti- "A trip to Kor a is essential to aSe Stee a?- ...
mated by police at between 3,000 this kind of planning." Elsen- ft i In
and 4 heard ElaBmnhower twit hower said. "That is why I shall iyni
Desmsts for anagingl their go." toaed
mrt line on him. He has said that if elected he V 'an .eas
S ,as-leadin Democrats in will go to Korea to try to find:. .i de n 4of. he
1 44td-I to ithln to rUn for way to peace. le u o ., 'e to
Preint i. f f "the man Eisenhower said he was on a .'
now te party," appar- crusade for a "strong, productive Abe t4 rt
ent nt S n ruiman. Amirlca." He Indicated he be- f p-
tougt I was A very iteved civil rights' should play an D gIF-00 d Pro-
.finl fetarl-- wo yearl ame ,J.U s important part in that role. 'r atio t e
feI woaid. ow .Ow they "I would like to say here. al- te
w wie 3 so, as I have been aaying all la[5 ti.n.
.ltholl over the country, that we ea- ad en-
Ssat a and not tolerate in Amerlea any p ls' for feln
an( i r e4sw"xeptBe- trace of second elases itisdn- from Commt-
pa. iffn .' ship." he saii. "Secendelass n "cy and
A *kere- er. al-ied.that In eitienship-is a reflection of me- ,. .
Jurn d Iu 1946, a number Copd class Amerlcanism.? We quoted d Gn. Ta-
of lcs ,Demacralt5---la Idin. have got to get rid of bigotry." aI wrtl
Jacl Ar re.j rrosak Hasgu e, Meanwhile Gov. Adlal St&e-.' pied *l er
Jainas Roosevelt sen. Qlaude enson cold-shouldered Democra- 'y& I Me," wa
Pe (D- l.r-amnd many-oth- tic Rep. Francis J. Walter, who .glan. w
ers"~~ ~u 5t imB in the pa- co-sponsored the McCarran Im-
pers .g t* mI'to rtn for Preal- migration Act that Stevenson has a'- nero l Bor knows
d 9ntq Iva' .i UoiUcket." denoanced as "discrimitlatory." ,a,1.out Ppdthhn General
d t i rSd. hit The snub took'tlace at Lehighi- aw eS.l-d evenson. Is-
notaetve theh I'mse tian on,Pa.,asthePensylvahla c enbhver has demanded use of
.. he dam ow-" t s 5 orn-ut aressman waited at the private "al. peaceful means" tohelp
adtnstr~gtlat deserved another car of the Demoeratic preslden- Conimunist-domflnated peop les
fouruyer Iead on the govern- tial nominee to explain -to him who want to be free..
men that he was "misinformed" when The only way to turn back the
Di R i b his swing through the 1e charged the law wa~ discrim- tyranny of Commuinlam is to
Bronx and qwain Westcheter ipatory. meet "strength with strength,"
County, ]isaen*ower pleJged thit Walter. was standing At the Stevenson said.
it electd he. w ovirhul Amer- rear platform of the raLlroad car holiday ftom the nation's anthra-
tra's' foren Ol P fo escape when Stevenson arrived at Le; cite miners, and crowds turned
"trabs" like theOean war. highton alter an automobile side out to hear Stevenson Ip hard
He aid this country is trip on his whistle-stop tour of coal and Industrial centers of
its sattrth in Korea by "right, eastern Pennaylvanla. asteern Pennsylval.a. .
Tg the, real enemy's second Waltera told reporters. Jie was At Baranton, he paid tribute to
team"., waiting t6 ive Snt evtaeI an ex- Mitchell, one-time United Mine
ft welteratAd his .hope. If planaton of the immigration bill Workers chief known as the fa-
tee to h draft a plan where- which he authored with.Sen. Pat other of the eight-thour day for
by bSth oftoanis share a McCarran (D-Nev.) whom 8t9#v. hles. .
au. ead of ..the fighting, enson previously had scorned Stevenson also spoke at Hazle-
AmArlea, fornes to go .As Stqvenson strode toward the ton, where he.mored on a aide
h train. several of bhis-aides joined trip from. WJlkemBarre. and at
more. lsenhower said, ,m. and steered him to the oR- hlghton. AlUentwn and Beth-
1a tool &ew 'mode plto end of the coach, where e lehem, before vltltng. Camden
tfornifl n ol it is hot "for- barded without seelqi Walter. ena Philadelphia.
ever e i 43th orean trap." A member of the< 0tevenson At -Hazleton, he told a crowd.
S,' te b Wandd tatta. said. the evenor pdbably estimated at 10,000 that everybo-
14 "we must prepare the Ko- would "politely," omit.Welter's dv knows where the Democratic'
r 9a to defend ier 0 i a1se.from the list of Senate andff TOi stand and "we don't have
t6 able Americ forces ft daongressidonal candidates' he is ny t lt eating awav at our
I'e u "dboro o .. .U latfg%. -nor' any hatehet-teen
r; barde ay at the pots."
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tane f"a a Re.blien ad-
mhlowtKattoeaIno Ioies and eut
ojart ols with the result
more money feg
ehe, besptab and ether
state services.
Meanwhile President Trumati
lait night ridiculed Elaenhower's
promise to go to Korea as
"sperman" pose that will solve
The Chief Executive defended
his own Korean policies and
said some of eisenhower's top
former military colleagues hav,
been unable to find an "hoent-
able end" to the war.
In a speech to a nationwide
radio and television audience,
Mr. Truman said that nob mii-
tary-type general order is go-
Ing to eliminate the nation's
"No superman Uto f id to
solve our difficulties for us,"*
he said. "And anybody who
poses and tolks Ilkh a.-pp.*
man Is a fraum."
Mr. Truman aaid nobody 'ha
asked the Republican prealden-
tial nominee what he Is going
to Korea for, or what he la
going to do after he gits there.
The Presatient said that lauch
former colleagues of Elsenhowpr
as Gens. Omar N. BradlesIAE.
thew B., imgWay, James
Fleet a J. Lawtoal 0 fistu
have .bhm unable to finhd a wI
to btif "an early and honorJ
able end" to the war.
But that. Mr. Truman crg-
ed, is. "what -the Republt n
candidate pears to prtomI.
He said El hower's propo-,
als for "sIi. easy solutions"

as tetteral I
The Pretident told of a World
War ordet. posted overseas,
"on the ltfolong days the sun
will rise and set at suh- and
such times-' by order of the
commanding general."
"You see if you have that
kind of training, you can solve
any problem nothing's too
tough," Mr. Tr;u an said.
The Prerldent said there are
only thrce ways to handle the
Korean war;.
The first way would be t6o
'give upa and pull out" .he sa.
"We won't do it," he added.
He said his adm#nistrati
also has -rejected the second
alternative of going on from
"Korda to a bigger war, attaek-
ir; Chilph and RussIa, expand -
Ing the theater of conflict to-
Intoiude Japan, the Pacifij, and.
poSsibly the wholq world."
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we are tfaU to train and
equip amo Kotesa tre b as
-we afe d g and to apply
every pwes to brignr about
za homerale tte*,, as we are'
I doing." .
-The Pesidet -spoke at a
meeting' of the AFL's League
of Political Education in the
ShMrman Hotel here after a
ay of w o g in Id
nd IWOI ,w m arn
Ivy heckitng, .ait-youapters.
In Cedar tds, Ia., an egg
'was hurled, at his campaign
train. t splattered against the
ear within 10 feet of where the
SPresident was speaking.


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Reina del Pacifico
* Transited Yesterday
The 17,872-ton British passen-
ger ship Reina del Pacifico tran-
Sted the Canal yesterday with
almost 400 passengers aboard.
About eight passengers debark-
id in Balboa.
The Reina del Pacifico is bound
for Valparaiso from Liverpool.
Ford and Company are local a-
S.S. Panama Sailed
*Yesterday With 89 Aboard
William L, Howard, Cristobal
Postmaster and Mrs. Howard are
among the 89 passengers who
failed from New York yesterday
afternoon on the Panama LIner
-Panama, according to the ad-
Vance passenger list received at
Balboa Heights.
Most of the passengers on the
southbound trip of the Panama
are Canal employes and mem-
bers of their families. The com-
plete advance passenger list fol-
Mr. and Mrs. Lester T. Bren-
nan; Mrs. Gideon Brown; Mr.
and Mrs. Laurence F. Bushong
and two children; Mr. and Mrs.
James L. Cicero; Mr. and Mrs.
James E. Cole and, son; Mis
Leah B. Corbliss; Mr. and Mrs.
*Frank L. Cunningham; Edgar

LA Police Arrest

Ex-Convki, Wife

For Jewel Robbery
Oct. 30 (UP) Most of a $150,-
000 fortune in jewel& belonging'
to Mrs. Blanche W. Hill, 43, was
recovered today after police
broke into a fashionable home
to arrest ex-convict John Jar-
dine Calvert, 45. and his red-
haired Wife, Mary Louise, 23.
Police said when they arrest-
ed the Calverts last night the
jewelry was spread across the
living room table in glittering
array. Both were booked on
suspicion of burglary.
Mrs. Hill, recently divorced
frcm Cortland T. Hill, railroad
fortune heir, and the former
wie of publisher George Heartt,
had reported the robbery In
Police said the Calverts had'
been watched moXq th4n a week.
Ca vert, known to the u.nder-.
wo:ld as "Jumpy," served almost
fot,. ears at McNeil Island
penitentiary for violation. of the
Mann Act-- transporting womep
across state lines for ~nmopral
He gave his occupation to au-
thorities as "retired business-
me ',"
Capt. Grover Armstrong of the
West Los Angeles detective bu-
reau said among tite recovered.
loot was a $30,000 diamond-
studded ,bracelet. Other pieces
included a necklace of 80 pearls
Slued at 6,00. a ruby baguette
ring of 4,000 value and a $7,500
diamond rln.
Earrings, Jewel boxs, pins and
other platinum and gold pieces
were found by officers. Arm-
strong saie mftch of the jewelry
had been broken down for sale.
Mrs. Hill was divorced last
July. Hill is the grandson of
James Hill, founder of the Great
Northern Railroad.



Davis: Mr. and Mrs. David H.
Dare and son; Mrs. Elizabeth J.
Dignam and 3 children; Mr. and
Mrs. Waldron E. Eldridge; Mrs.
Natalie Engel and son, David:
Mr. and Mrs. Martin A. Fynan;
Mr. and Mrs. David L. Gats:
Norman D. Giavelli; Mrs. Anne
M. Giavelli; Mrs. Ruth E. Go-
mez; and Mrs. Louise E. Grif-
Mr. and Mrs. Martin J. Hayes
and 2 children: Bartholomew D.
Hennessey; Mrs. Edith M. Hen-

Young Girl Saves

Grandfather's Life

By Shooting Bull
CINCINNATI, 0.. Oct. 30 (UP)
An attractive 16-year-old
girl probably saved her grand-
father's life today when he was
attacked by an enraged bull,
but she didn't think she was a
Shirley Daunt shot the bull
'to death as he gored her grand-
father, John William Daunt, 77,
on his farm at nearby New-
"When you -have to do things,
you do them," bhe explained
after firing five shots from an
old-fashioned pistol into the
bull's heart.
Daunt was reported in ser-
ious condition ot a hospital
here. He was seriously gored
about the tace and body.
Shirley said she and her
grandfather were attempting to
get the bull back into his pen
"when the bull turned and
caught grandpa with one of
his horns."
"I ran to the house for the
pistol and when I got back,
the bull had pinned grandpa
against his auto.
"I got up as close as I dared
and fired and that's all there
was to It."

shall; Mrs. Mary Gage Heyer; PHb:e; nr. Waxry C. Robertson
Mrs. Dorothy L. Hickh and 2 nd son; Miss Adelaide Salati;
chldrtn; Mrs. petty Lu Soff- owldWA, ,Galsbury; Mrs. Her-
man; Mr. and Ms. Wiiam L. il a mUflr;IMr. and Mrs.
Hqward; Mr. and Mrs. Malcolm Fred P. Schwartz; Reuben ,eid-
A. Johnston, Jr.; Misu Lol.J. m san s MMa*Dorothy Stackenwalt:
Johnston; MiSs 9Hel n Ij'C** Mr. athrt P. Stapf; Mr. and
Mrs. Anon& H. Kirkla and nd I l JaT., Tavares: Miss Fe-
children: AnthonyG 0. Lynn: M e1r UVaIvqe"- Mr. and Mrs. Pli-
Ilse Metagar and 2 children; and ale VTec&h Mrs. Jessie B. Veit:
Edward G. Moran. Edward E. Welch: Mr. and Mrs.
Mrs. Margarekt Kohl de New red L. Werta and son; Mr. and
mann; Mrs. Lydia M. Plaisance Mrs. James 0. Williams and Mr.
and son; Mr. and Mrs. Isaac A. and Mrs. James A. Yates.


Great White Fleet



*S.S. "CHIRIQUI" ................ ........Nov. 2
S.S. "AVENR" ... .........................Nov. 5
S.S. "LEON ....................................Nov. 10
*S.S. "CHM IQUI" ..............................Nov. 16
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S.S. "CAPE C5b p ................. Nov. 3
S.. "PAI ...............................Nov. 4
S.S. JAMACA ............... ...... .......Nov. 8
SS.. "CAP CUMBLA ...'.................Nov. 9
S.S. '"ESPARTA" .................................Nov. 11
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Mlrs. Ieroy Watson, Jr., of Golf
DI. Duque Leaves for New Yowk
Dr. Qhnedo Duque Ramos of
ISanto Toman Hospital left Tres-
day by plane for New York 01-
w'Wers he plans to study in
t -Metropolitan Hospital. for a
year on a fellowship awarded
the Institute of Internation-
Mr. dnd Mrs. mellyer
An Visitors Here
Mr. and Mrs. C. David Hellyer
arrived today from Quito, Ecua-
doer -or a visit of one week on
the Isthmus. Dr. Hellyer is the
Assistant Director of Inter-
American Studies of the Uni-
versity of Florida and is at pre-
sent on a lecture tour.
Cradle Roll Department
Welcomes New Members
Mr. and Mrs. William J. Allen,
formerly of the Canal Zone hnd
now- of Willow Run, ;Pl(hian,
announce the birth ofi( diagh-
ter, oh October 268.
Mrs. Alien Is the former Ei-
leen Schneider, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. John Schneider re-
cently retired residents of the
Isthmus who are at present vi-
piting with their son-in-law-
and daughter.
Mr; Allen, who Is presently at-
tending the University pf Mich-
=in and working onhi.Mas ter;s
ee in musical duationl -is
the son of Mr. and Mrs. Walter
J. Allend, of Balboa, and the
grandson of Mr. and iMrs. Wil-
1am J. Allen of Balboa.

,TI8ergeant and Mrs. Nolan 4.
Spencer, former residents of the
Canal zone and now of Lam-
gly View, Virginia, announcP the
birth of their second child, a
un, INot Michael, bn October
Pater&ni I-randparents a re
Mr. and Mrs. James 0. F. Trim-
bie, of Margalta,.

Wtpftn Aonounced
Ttoe winner of the bride.
tournament .played on Monday,
evn g In tmhe Gard Room of
aotel TivoM werp: lst, Mr.
.44. It G. o. Robinson; 2nd
Mr a WnMrs. w L. bors: q,
Mi. and Mrs, Kol: 4th, L
soder J. K. Wills
s IL 0. VJ ; th. Mr.
i Trre*.d Mr. Tom

Dorothy Chase

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Orr; and 4th, Mrs. W. H. 8hlrey
and Miu Frances Thorpton.
Mr. and Mrs. George Y. Scott,
Jr.? oWt Curundu anpounce the,
bfttf their. third son, Douglas
o ott, atGorgas Hospital
oni amay, October 26. .:"
NLot bwas the t rmei Ro,

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Paternal grandparents a re
Mr. and? Mrs. George Y. Scott,
Sr., of Margarita.
Mrs. Brdbut T* Leave
For .Iashiwton
Mar. C. H Broadbe nt plans
to leave the Isthmus in the near
future to join her husband, who
has been transferred to Wash-
intoh, D. C. (U. S. Naval Re-
e ving -Station). She will visit
her brother, Mr. Norman Dugas
of Baltimore, -Maryland before
taking up permanent residence
in Washigon.
Card Party At
Gamboa Civic Center
The Gamboa Women's Club
is *ponsoring a card party to
be held on Saturday, November

New Pastor Takes
Over At Cocoli
Baptist Church

Sunday morning at tfe rp.ular
worship service ofCocoll Bptist
Church, Rev.. Warren will
6ecupy thewpolpit markingui his
arjlv su purpt to this ctuch.
&ir. Warren has been ate _in
Baptist work here on-the DrUUnus
for the past year. Prior to his
work on the Isthmus hbe jeld
pastorates in Columbia and lat-
tiesburg, Miss. -
ReV,., and Mrs. Warren and
their daughter are already here.
Members and friends of the
church and the Warren family
are invited to an informal reeap-
tion Sunday night at tire church
tollowith the evening worship
played and prizes awarded for
the best costumes. Costume Is
not compulsory.
Gamboa Bazaar Committee
Tanks Public
The committee' in charge of
the recent Gamboa Union
Church Bazaar wishes to .hank
all those who in any way con-
tributed to the success of this
worthy affair.

10 at i:w0 p.m. at te uamboa Gamboa Children To
Civic (enter. Tickets may be Celebrate Haiioween
purchaSd from members of the A Hallowe'en party for the
Club. The dopr prize is to be a children of Gamboa will be
400-day clock.held o Friday afternoon at
pub Club the Gamboa Civic Center under
TorM Tonigtl the auspices of the Physical
To Meet Tonight E!ducation and Recreation De-
The regular meeting of the uate and r n De-
Propeller Club, Port of the Pa- pre-schoot and k.ndez~grt~n
Pr H l Pr-shool and kindefgartnj
nama Canal Zone, No. 93, will children will have their party
be held -this evening at 7:00 in from 3:00 to 4:00 p.m.; first,
the Fern Room of the Hotel Ti- second and third grades w ili
voll. Mr. Lawrence Breece will meet from 4:00 to 5.00 p.m.
St on therecent a-and forth fifth and sixth
onsl Convention of the Pro-graders will hold their cel-
peler Club held in California bration from 5:00 dt6:00 p.m.
All embers are requested to Btn om :00to6:00
Benefit Movie. Tonight
The AfIlo de Nuestra Sefiora
Wks T9 Bold Old Fashioned Committee of the Inter-Ameri-
tallowe'en Dance can Women's Club are sponsor,
The Balboa Order of Elks, No. ing the benefit movie "T he
414, will hold an old fashioned Fighter" this evening from 7:00
Hallowe'en dance on Friday at to 9:00 at the new Drive-In
1:00 p.m. at the Balboa Elks Theatre. Tickets are $1.00 per
etob; Admission is $1.50 per cou- person and nay be purchased
de to MElks and their guests. at the box office. Proceeds from
A buffet supper will be served the evening's entertainment are
"at 7:Q0 p.m., games will be to go to the Asilo de Nuestra

Hllwe'en Frolkc

Tomorrow Nighl
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St. Peter's parish hall, La Boca,'
will be the scene of a Hallowe'en
frolic, planned by the Young
People'S Fellowship tomorrow
Children up to 14 years will
hold sway front 4 to 7 p.m. Frorh
7:30 to 11 .p.m. the frolic will be
tor youngsters and adults.
A Hallowe'en atmosphere will
be provided by special decora-
tions and several surprises. Re-
freshments will be on sale. witn
an orchestra furnishing music
ftr dancing.
eflora, an -orphanage for little
girls, located at 27th Street and
Chorr il Mrs. Robert R. Mc-
Grath la the chairman of the
committee in charge.
Those attending may partici-
pate in the raffling of door
primes donated by Dagmar, Cyr-
nos, National Distillerd, PEMCO,
Firestone. Philip Morris, 4haw's,
American Bazaar and French
Bazaar, The, public la cordially

Rotary Club Hears
Dr. Pedro Brin
The regular luncheon meet-
ing of the Panama Rotary Club
was Aeld today at Hotel El a-
nama. The guest of hon6r was
the Honorable Catalina Arro-
cha Graell, Minister of Govern-
ment and Justice.
Dr. Pedro E. Brin addreAsed
the group on "Intetesting High-
lights of Panama's History."

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No. 12,179 Central Ave. Col6n CAIRO, Oct. 10 (UP) In- NEW YORtI, Oct. 30 (UP)-- om
formed sources aaid today ex- Wholesale food prices fell in nor
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Lewis" Service Sal6n de Belleza Americano Carlton Drug Store Premier Gen. Mohammed Na- !nee April 22, Dun & Brad- ta: Cab I cout
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S Propaganda, S.A. Mem f 13 word a military coup that ousted the Oct. 28 stands at $6.33 compared graS
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0.1 Sirry res in g to w in*t OU''S The 4index now only two 0 ent1 .s ar
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,Minister of War. .*. 37 cer~t; since the first week of Wrk W Or h(v1$
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France Field. MieCellanetai. FOR SALE:- 1951 Chevrolet four ful El Valle for a cool inexpensive IF YOU R WSL and Lt Cols. a l AbdelA a would be entitled to deter ? 5mien e
-R---Livingroornmi S..uite with -_:---r -e- door De Luxe Sedan, two-tone weekend. Y WANT ser, Awar el Sadaat and Abdel h future status of th
tFObe E:ing tabe, sfou chairs. FOR SALE:-Federal enlarger f6 3 green, radio, duty paid, only 6,000 TO GET RID OF THEM Hakin Amer, all key mrmbets of e future status of their coun- P o "
tble, d chairs. single bed lens; Royal portable typewriter. miles. Leaving Isthmus Novemberr '6MEtL BLlS$' Santq Clara private the military unta that n con- try
re sser, bureau, kchen tabe, both very good condition. Call will sell for best offer over $,- UIST HOUSE on beach .. all UE tol the government .. ..
small table, refrigerator, miscel- Panama 3-2260. 500. Call Panama 3-2596 moln- modern conveniences., Ca occom- MA R 1 Other arces ted today
loneous items. Call Balboa 4309, FOR SALE:-Crib, 6 year old, $1 ng5. mod--e 4 evens. Ci l 4-557 days, R N oui has accept r o
after 5 p. m_ 00. New mattress, $12.00. Apt. I I-OR SALE:-Ford convertible 1952, Rat & Mouse Killer anl forev l ef-datermlna 7
FO SAL:Wesinghse refrger- Florida Apartments "F" Street, El, Regular or with Hi. Compression Phill Oceonside cottages, Santo (contains WAR-PARIN) ton for the Sudan. e na
otor 9 cu. ft. 25 cycle. Phone Congrejo. Heads 3-4 Race Cnm. etc. Af- loma. Boa 3-1877. BalCristboa. Phol 3-1673 Neations, which have been
o.r87 Recbrds..Nea Uo. i4 P arty Fbeene50-BA L
Curundu 4176. House 2123-A, FOR SALE:-Long Playing records. ter 4 p. m. House 505-B, Cocoli, GEO F. NOVEY. INC. oing on over the past two wee k
tifter 4:30 p.m. rn.Classical and popular. Orders filled Lewis, Tel. 2-1094. O Tbetween Naoulb and Sudanese 1
Fore AllRE 279 Central e. Te. -1 Independence rtdeleati o*ICK SUPER M VieRA Sde
iR SALE.Frigidaire in good con- promptly. Subscription.E taken for FREE FREE REE! R 79 Central e. Tel. 3-0140 Idependen Party deleatns
tion, studio couch, 16 mm. pro- Schwan's LP catalogs. AGENCIAS. For Allere aid to be successfully con-
jector, gasstove. Moriano Aro- DIAZ, 37th No. 6-A. STUDEBAKER OWNERS Apart"ent i t.le -andr auilb was expected n l
semeno No. 62 upstairs). FOR SALE:-Ward gas water heater,.From No. st., lhru Nov. 22nd. ALHAMBRA APARTMENTS MODERN FURNITURE to u hs decision tomor Dynflow, Radio 1 l
to.SALra:10 t $K LNorge avin Twenta Pan-completely inspected free of choage. unfurnished apartments; privateOOR-U R asa c570.00 down.07,
F TALE--Krft.7Avnee r C arsqCu i r cal coPan- Twe fo ed n f odOUR ..OW*ROOM % aggreement vas said to Cov- $570.00 ow. 0779 ,1Uimean l1ce,
ator. Bargain at $50 Leaving Amar3-2140. Visit our shop and Display room. closed gardens. 8061. 10th Street, stleaver er i meat election of the Su-e -
Isihmus. 116-A, Jowin, Gambo. aa 3-2140 AGENCIAS PAN AMERICANAS, New Criitobol. Telephone Colon a fshestea dan parliaent as the frat tep
;LE--Mode mohogo--yChna Position Off rd s. A. 1386. "Hf.ES" In home rule which WOuld last '. ..
SAL$4000 odern hognPon Sit n Ofered (Below El Ranchol6 F three years, then theuda e
Phone 3-2863. House 1609-B. WANTED: Salesman or saleslady Tel. 20825 Bo 42 O E T
d Cristob, Nol. 4 Centrl A e wanted for large concern. Excel-I The00 P Union Oil Company of C hne 2-241,

ca Pa-omO3n-220. Visste. lent working condition, good soW fornia Panama Office, wall ocpa. TRo om s
FOR enEOrt r 609-A lary. Write, Box 323, R. of P. stt- bids until 12:00 Noo veer FOR RENT:-Furnisped roor to ba- r u u AI.T l
c e .b age andexperience. 15, 1952 one Studebaker 4-door cheor, $40 00. Advance rent. Te-.

aFOR SALE:-Wh8 Re frigern- t ior w2 i inspected at U. 0s. Co. office,' \. .. ..G .
Cheap prnce. Con be seen at ClosoWANTED:-First class cook ath the hours 10:00 12-00 and FOR SALE atg. '3hon 2-245, 1 ..
Rita, No. 1;4 Central Avenue or. references. 24 E. 47th Street, nLllo 2:00 P. M. .'00 P. M. L ayhn.'oe2*4
callrPanama Hr3-22n 807. Vista.o FOR SALE:-Willys Station Wagon. AJ 1 & Moo 2-2562, Panam"& ,.-.m
FOR SALE:-Or trade for 60 cycles, 3 Directioalolights. overdrive 123 Eletri Moor, h
Westinghouse Refrigerator l (2 bout 20th of November. No n HOver 40,000.00 in Stock SALEH-s Elctric Motor,
soon. 32nd St. House No. 3, Tel. wild-parties or pets. Servicee.2136-A. 6th. St 2 H. P., ONLY CO10 V AC or DC, Heavy
cycles) 8 cubic feet. Good condi Curundu. Dut sw m a n d re I -4"
tion. House 5565-G. from 3 001An Amercan lady will take are FOR SALE:-nernt KB I / shaft, never used. Reasonable" 83-
to h400 p 8 Diablo Heights. of yrour children, day or evenings.Et h 'R R -
29.. 83-5276 ton., pick-up in very good codi- 5294, 2153-A, Curundu, wDr. Aanl & OILLAC
FOR SALE:--1948 Westingose re- tion., Twenty Thousand miles.I d (P G at
frigeretor, 25 Cycles $125.00. ANCooipaiia Alfcro, S. A. No. 28,
Barriad)a Vi ta Hermosa 807. Down WANTEDPeru Avenue, Panama.

ntanbe8. H Aven Noua8T D f dl am o2 o Mi wu d o av alabe f efcte t M

ean trance S t.P A29 1 3 D79iae e cody:N re 2At
FORU SALE:-- 1 dre- S eer, s1 rocking Don Al "raper sadw oAE ahe 0 il____
chair, 1 smalltable, 1 bed with in- WANTED: Vacation quarters on or o CHRYSLER PLYMOUTH PARTS "Lare h
nerspring mattress. Leaving re l about 20th of November Noa Over $40,000.00 in Stocka" "ea O 0 *
soon. 32nd St. Home No. 13, Tel. wldpartes or pets. Service man THE ONLYU COMPL emEryPED
3-3614. and wift. References. Call 2-1569 SHOP IN PANAMA 01PoioRcc
i washing macine, 60 Cyl. LeomI.. E. WAHIe TON 0(jot.3
.rd i S. A. -Dr o Hart iper. d eRie n
2 _eprtdd V sthe an bDo rein n(Belbw El Rancho)n director of toe "Nte i f p
OR ALEI. iingrelmbam thaiemTel. 2-0e25 Box, 2. ,428 toun for Infant le us 9A
FOR SALE-6,pc. l ivingr b ogd eWill TAIWE prctioll w r ned today ha t we do .
set; one large and one cyhildrensoe sos s a rris th e a le an -phe-

n.CAGO, O cflt.30nUPsMioo f s v Caiti formDr3Wer d S. ees e o mn acci e. i can be
wardrobe. In perfect condition. Tel. fr f e t inode, erti Scan 0 car,cOE e i on

mk sns pr e ,vndergoie can B oth Ame ricanand fre, woulr appear to be Wel^lely .aro on a pr i a" er
Balboa 2481. House No. 858 Baol- Ie-ArdWlCyon

SONrt -st0uch research to done n BALL ROOM DANCE INST.
r-omoters- wPrRIs, Octo b0 (UP)alhuch oesearchtoe.oIntUo
ARIS, O ct (UP) The RSALE:- -1948 N sh Coupe600, field..
HUMAN ENGINEERING. Correct i veda n e good conlion. $800.00 oar "best I do ot. honsta y feel ot onOi Dfi"e. piligenhower .... ,
Adjustment of the eli-dy Structure. I have been offering ad to wangle 2-3330. ur- there l be ay vaccin e n which dFOR O EQU
Geo D. Brb Jr.. No. 11, 7th. ni-mililo dollar arms con- would be available for effective

l bew pBeyv a p ica ns e the Th tuse next sum ter," c said n KMIa ATN UU T( WI I aI S^flTON 3 n rbofh
wmfnone o edr awea roving aid ambassador tbe,.d than ere aps Report. per e am.. ...e a .

the twin s r doWilliam H. Draper Jr. hi sternly oul agant the sizs o "WATSO N o:i-m "'
r ts reminded uropean buodness- T Va.n e i, *.v l o iper raindead dcibedav s R J. L A
men that any count ract obta ten- *El iber 1Ie d fromS. deadb V is A ,.
-o obtaiu wUitih the doSf tice T .. T.D. Howard Howe of John&
1: ToSoawiththeuidof"influenceimve yTojo H HOinsTniversity ..u. too
Wopeddlers" mAvybe annulled at T,-ha -,2-1444. dagros o geral .use. .
ionce. t was believed that exist- e...d." tangeou for genera uselo tha- I .. ,
Slamn Twoaei s TEd pending DStracts will M O T T He Ie b nthe tacci lneOIs likey :...,M.M1 .
i scr i a l bit ct loss os irns r mWANtED. o to cM tcause an# "allergic encophilt--, ..
ofb o s crutined losm. IC tis"Nin human beings. The lilnia
*HICAGO, Oct. 30 iUP Spokesmen for Draper said T a t.omo. ieIfRichance of contracting this, he d -

uc eedoin ed to a nor al bgrl e of c t s cs n 5.t h h a ^ ma e th pk m for Dra er ai aJ.
at:the skull, will undergo an European countries, especially at, n fvr 4e 1d orsan, arytc nI ber of daeteli' 'r *O" C '"
o operation to separate them 1"a- in era ny a:vO v4e 1eenW aa e i l
ti, i Gerany, have been oap- in ece le~ent rconadition, cheap with Dr. Van Riptner sagid Howe's "
bout the middle of November, poached by Persons claiming or without duty paid. No Deolers. research was a big step forward tF0 ru., _O-t. 30 (UP)
l. hospital spokesman -said tu- that they can influence the dt l .ephn.e Panma 3-127e be- but mostisintssbeiv a] t$l te O"
The boy were born a ve a ntf agents If the drice right t ween 10: a nd1200'p. m. 3-good vaccine will be dvemed Ree* 4Abi "ae
to Vlrs. ~oyt Br-odie of Rock Is- Some of these "insiders" want ,327. From 6:00 to 8:00 m. from a live, but Wlftkened, early today in what. police be-d
land, Il]. Since then, they have percentage of the deal In re-,.rather than a dead one. lived to s ent fr the
undergone examination a n pe turn for their help. Otheiak Questioned Out the use Ofvnews t v, 'te-. the
Vpeparation at theeUniversity a. "contingent fee,'"gayable only C, ristobal # POjE amma globulin in Texas and ,'
of Millions hospital here for an if the deal goes through. iowa, he said the treatment Police slid they belted a__
atlempt to separate theni. Both American and foreign H'ifowe'en Dance would appear to be "Veryu 1bfl, front page slqorial1In yester-
A spokesman for the univer- although of tlute limited ap- day afternoons editions endor'

TA tFORer the first publication. aect *., in the Certream f after n i e
TAKEN FOR RIDE Is case *f your failure to e appear this Court at Cristesl, Cmal Z-> 4On drd 1o d -
mad answer, judgmet will he tabk has bme -t fe hbear ningf WaM p o c a ba b a -" "
PORT CLYDE, Me. (UP) -A emint e. yuby e" fr the relie.di- tiou. wl n sand whe any mr eam aarseete i fe i "Ir ere.
aodPwa "-ap ea-nCF ew ... e
four-ton blaikfish whale took a "Vtos t she mar bole tri P. e b t. e, ad mbw cause n, wc. e 0 WTESheH.a.-uPresenttCAe F.
50-foot fishing dragger on a 10- crewe, Judge, United States District petitien oheold net be granted, & a C et ,,,.s bwt.t
mile cruise off Penbbscot Bay. Court for tk District of the cana Zone, Date.d t .Criabal, C l .. n h emOril OnCert c..DnS., .aa l lone... ... .
hred W watch, skipper of the this. d .y *O 0*o c.. M3R. -ard dry o orb" 12 Me,, o ral.Co ne.d de E
ragger Three Brothers. said aJ CcONr The Concordia nd c. ,
e harpooned the whale and oy Saad d. o.P..e I .Is/ H. H. tle, Jr., MArt Concert here at the s .s
and two companions fought To Nmrd rc l Deputy C r Deputy clark. tofrlBem-er rk o r .
*a fIte hours. a dd-, n .. ... nn NO 1, winm enci ng at 12 on. 2 < TC. Salsb umry -
upaO you by publication pursuant tto the e [au" y r at to ohs
order al the Heaerable Cuthrie F. adg664
Court far eAm altrit of te COWl i a gAJ ..
SALE: N Buiek u. etered .,, 0nRaedO 104 C6ewnand.
c. -dor. perfect con- 6 Clerk T e.ald United States District 1I te e
amw-1tiaN 10, r a-i. Cow r o wo f o mso .e "'m
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So' S. M s f -l I EWTON, Mans. (UP) A
a 195, y ti ph^, 9 378 with the Impressive n a m e,
................... .. ., ,,,,, ,,,.....a B hakespeare Ceramics, has only
... 1 id ne employee. The firm produces
M=I. DDW iNJM iBAINE GUST AT SURPAtISi SHOWBR Pancho Motta, and Carol Cri-I syhton vacuum tube envel-
wa' .th o.t ait $w'. i T e hote was listed by s&e iao- s gma
lvr u I2taeIday eveag by MLr. W. WMi e her mother, Mrs. L. J.jackabn
i b at ~Gatuan. and Mrs. Eric Telemark, Mr. Written for NSA Servl ..
,pasdn ay_-pea around a large lfert e diamonds and took the heart
ante, :z' gift. Mrs.. W. and t Zase. East could take the queen
iand Mrs. c. Wof hearts, but now no defense
Moanne, Mrs. s. an arNORTH (D) 1t could defeat the contract.
A*/.' Il JuSm.2Wber and Mrs. E. F. Mc- Cl 1105
l e -M-IIts Clelland. Too S TQlS t i A K J9 6 Mat's correct play, of course,
M the ,(ttrcfW TThe Catho Teea-AP 'Club QJ s 1 to put up the king of dia-
t h IvtaaI new BMV- y afb fter shae Ca toT :a 4 A 6 3 m ond like a little man, and to
i ba ,b'tUw liaclthi Mr. ad Mrs. Owen mtE on i WEst AST retWn the five of clubs. This
SAg W.4 '-cw, et eal tMr. ~andm7JT.F.Gibson, of Pater am 'i e In 4t 2s '08O742 hiout udammy's ace of clubs.
IgntlmA rpary 'l otth er .eith a dinc 913agr.e Of the i I 1 3, Weldneber declser.tries to deve-
id-O&elUe4 P2ak snarpA a a Mrsideet AR Atanthe 'Aen-a ers A K74 lop the hearts, East will win with
h ipers, honor MLr and Mrs. Glbert a ll t the queen ohbartsIn time to
The t er'l ; Mrs. IL Odwen Seo leaving Friday are codila to to l the diimn o hiarts in tim toner
heogee.The r gtmotg were: Mr. AKJ9 e. T ona clubs 'then defeat
A. Hopkins, J- Mrs. J. R. Shir-. and Mrs. dward Eckhoff, M. and i. 4 AKlo t* e contract.
ley, t d Ms. Jk utherland, Mr:. Sa il'r Sites
MIM Lid A-on = g Ja k II I II IIOI5B oA L B
inul andMrs. EugeneSuhipley, Mr Mr. C. .,, Diebold, who has 4K 108
Akermianb Johnson, and Mrs. Porter MeHan, and 1 North-South vU.
cwpMs orlHporal Howard ranstetter. l Iled NortUh Raot eh W est +A L B
S low'en Dance make t home In Maryvlle, 2 Pass 2 N.T. START SAT
i "kesv6 M. BdA' Ae tr fouh mPD .3 N.T. Pass Pass PM STARTS SAT
ro H W. A. The Elks Club will celebr e has retired as Manager of Opening lead-* 4
OI^L < 'It' TXV. the dalloween se*suo win a t hlaLeu Lad Co., Bocas .
+lis. Marjiore dance at the Club Friday eve- Dvision. Belfoe their departure .. ...
l s.eltMps Mssnrng, which will last until the it Mc. i huge- festS was
T a&nodn. a MWss "wee ara' hours." given In Almiraute, for "Mom Sometimes I won er what goes
Tema Godwin. land Pop" a they were affec- on in a player's m nd when he
t h Sf tistely aedt makes a particularly fruity play.
Mrs.PaddockBosunfor Mr. -ielidwas first em-i d' h d Soudm Ws
ZahMorninh Coffee, r. Mm waers In today -hand thouth a ein
i 4alA -0ny lIttiel, Mrs. H. F. Paddock was ios,- ployd In Puwtro Armuelles hammered aw t eac ter
a f %t he bi- onhrly sw MnualfCh. o1nin5 gegot -into the 'picture within a Vetr
ebti5ID. .ng club. 1r "a. Q!, assltant manager foolish mitako.
meTh te ladies-who attended were: iner the late Mr. Gardner A. nst fine wathr ofe tati clubs
S+- ItSS lnce at the loughby, Mrs. Thomas i Ln.j n be hard dummyis wtheth a itt oti- fUo
ffri4#qi yMCA-USO last ittur- Edward Cox and Ur L .. OY- he redyUearts and returned I.,g .OA
ft.y wasr. 1ftied"by"244se Thq "annual _Charity.B B allI spades for a finesse.- ThUiwas -
men.d Th was qtitld "the eei sbe o- nat
ie as carwtbnyAnd Mt.. L.-. obpke4ty nea htaIM
riog e or n co- oftan and he oo Solo Naval Stato from 8:00 to 4:00 pm. Two South could be pretty sure of AU
rroram. The ra com- of the Coco Solo -Naval Station, s will furneh music makisnghi contract I West held m011
U ertained at their residence it efeaing. y wu the queen of hearts. but it -did't
esd afternoon to for "and matter whether he took the ftin.
a n l e s- htI l ate < ebr- elr daughter, Caady, on her prizes will be given of eae 4ate or early. If South oltld
head. The backdrop was com- sixth birthday anniversary. ney:25O $15.00, and $10.00. win only lour heart tricks, how-
OeWad of a large black nd white A Hallowe'en theme was dd he wr1l also be door and ever, he woufl h need three spades
wittb wi jfn keaetos hi the general deorations. dTh nce pri for his contract. South wanted
It.' birthday cake, however, was a
an P two o-t od-luck" o lee ver & ba mthe raised by the to take -the Ipade finesse first,
two no-gicd f fou eaf l d c will g to u Christmas since ift that lost, West could not
I Ne bthday ian mode t by R--ard inf o poor of olon. Price continue th e, clubs
f e&rl Marklhe f the at aion. a.mSn dollar for Asitturnedeout West won the
an f fi. .The Ung guess ts w ere:. t a gentlemen. spade with the queen and now
S Joy lut- ICbae, Wlr of the hon oreel, t' .- had to flad omeway of giving
-l --- b, 8m-th Butih nhmnldt, Suste and Bllay at a Wauowe'e0 pI"t his partner the lead in order to .
o.-,d..o onola# ,a o,, at.y',ae club returned throUgh
-Peri*, ltthepo(oun. south's ten. A spade return waus
Tu -=da""g9 Julie a do"mber Adler,.Rc- o& ter the elA of. Qaun, obviously hor3less.
daenior ttend the ke an d Don- The party stas with thc lop deteer's suit for .
Mr ....nayn e. ea4ount and Ier g arten t cool dhot afqrd to say
tin MrslJ~n. ^W TottiAm Sgtan'ey and flrom tSop4:30pm. Vdwn the ateof diamonds since 04
Swth gI lt would remotehts entry to

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The door prizes include ten-dollar gift certificates frqm
the F=ech Bazaar, and the American Bazaar; a figurine
from Cyrs; a half dowen glasses from haw's; and electric
Pop-cora Popper from Firestone; an electric waffle Iron
from Westinghouse; and two bottles 'of French wine from
The National Distillers. Several other business houses have
made cash donations for this worthy cause, Also each prize
winner will receive a carton of Philip Morris Cigarettes.

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Holds No. 1 Spot For Sixth Week

Ft. Clayton's Benefit Boxing

Smoker Offers Top Program


By United Press
I ome team listed first)
*-Br.dley vs. North Dakota State
4-AlaIbma State vs. Fisk
*.Roston College vs. Clemans
Cae Tech vs. Baldwin-Wallace
o-Chattanooga vs. Louisville
*-Miami (Fla.) vs Kentucky
-eMisaaui Valley vs. Tarkie
Platteville vs. Wartburg
*.St. T'komas (Minn.) vs. Concordia
*.Superior State vs. Michigan Tach
O.T.nnesse State vs. North. Caroline
-Villanova vs. Parris Island
-Weayne State vs. Peru, State
Ahilene Christian vs. Texas A&[
A4ams State vs. Colorado State vs. Alma
*-A' ,on vs. Hiram
A abama vs. Georgia (1)
.-Aliany State vs. Savannah State
O*-A'ritht vs. Moravian
Aicorn A&M vs Lincoln (Mo.) (2)
American International vs. Franklin &
Army v. Virjini Military institute
Arnold vs. Hofstra
Aihland vs. Kenya
A-igustona (IN.) vs. Cornell (Il.)
Augustana (S.D.) vs. North Dakota
Bates vs. Bowdoin
B thune-Cockman vs. Florida AVM
Bishop vs. Willey
Rluefield State vs. West Virginia
Raoton University vs. Maryland
Raundiis vs. MasAchusett.
Brigham Youbs vs. Wyoming
B liish Columbia vs. Puget Sound
RBlcknell vs. Lehigh
Buffalo vs. Alfred
C lifornia Aggies vs. Santa Barbara
O-C lifernia Poly vs. Wh"itr
California vs. U.C.L.A
Central Michigan vs. ilineis Normal.
Ceutrsl Oklakoma vs. Nortk West Ok-
lkhoma Statt
C'.amplain vs. Ithaca
Cliar vs. Morehouse
Colgate vs. Mississippi Ceole&g
Clorado Mines vs. Idaho State
Cclormdo Weetern v. Colorado Collge
Cclumbia vs; Cornell
Ce.tlimd State vs. East Stroundsburi
D-Pauw vs. Indiana State
Di.kinen vs. Drwxel Tech
SDilJ.)d vs. Phillrder Smith
Dra)e vs. Denver
Duke vs. Georgia Tech
r -E atern Kentucky State vs. Evansvill
*-Arixia State (Flagstaff) vs. New
Mvaxieo A&M
Florida vs. AuHurn
Frt'er"x> ,.. D-roit
4-Fti..,slb vs. Wdfford
S GzevA vs. Slippery Reck
Gettysbsurg vs. Lebanon VaHlley
*-Grambling vs. Jackson
Grinnel vs. Carleton
*-Gustavus-Ad.plius vs. Hamllso
Si-oaHjlto" vs. H .obrt
Harvard vs. Davidson
Howard University vs. Shaw
lawa Teachers vs. South Dakota
$-Josm Carroll vs. Youngstown
Kalamszoo. vs. Hope
Krens- State vs. Kaiiansr
Kist State vs. Bowling Greae
Kniatucky State vs. Taylor
jt Kiges Pinht vs. Brooklya College
SKiAo vs. Laswrance*
SKtitatown State vs, West Chstet
S LnFayettt vs. New York University
i incolnt (Pa.) vs. Hampton Institute
S Lock Haves State vs. Indiana Stat
Micgaol Main* vs. Colby
..." Aikrsetio vs. Holy
Mirkeill vs. Tennessee Tech.
SMcksurry vs. Austin
S Miami (0.) vs. Toledo
Michiianl vs. Illinois
Mfddtebury vs. Norwich
- T-MiU Tenneesee vs. Florence Sta
-Mi~wastawr vs. Teias Western'
111 MHIoralll v,. Shippensburg
Milwaukee State vs. Carroll ((Wis.)
t Milllkin vi. Lak. Forest
Miauaeta vs. Iows
Mi-alulppi vs. Louisiana .State
SMontana vs. Montana State
Mount Union vs. Ohio Wesleyan
I-Muhlenherg vs. Delawere
Murray State vs. Morchead State

The Benefit Boxing. Smoker
scheduled for Friday evening at
Schedule. the Fort Clayton Gymnasium
looms as one of the top cards of
-- the season for the fight fans
Nebtask.. v.. Missouri who like their bouts full of ac-
-.Newberry vs. Lenoir Rkyme tlon. The first bout will get Un-
New Hampshire vs. Connaticut derway promptly at 7:30 p.m.
New Mexico vs. Arizona and advance ticket sales point
North Carolina AAT vs. Morgan State toward a capacity crowd.
North Central (Il.) vs. Wheaton Reserved seat tickets are sel-
*-North Texas State vs. Trinity (Tex.) ling for one dollar, regular ad-
Northwestern vs. Ohio Stat. mission is fifty centS, and, in
1-Northwest Louisiana.. State. v. Missis- the event it is necessary, stand-
sippi Southern ing room only will go for twenty-
Notre Dame vs. Navy (4) five cents. All proceeds will be
Oberlin vs. Rochester turned over to the Children's
Ohio University vs. Wetsern Michigan Christmas and Recreation Fund.
Creon State vs. Washington (5) With such bouts as Smith vs.
Oregon vs. Col.. of ptciic Joyner, Mohn vs. Warren, Wislon
Oshkosh State vs. Whitewater State V Ferfetti, Mariano vs McAleer,
Pennsylvania Military We. Westrnand money others, fight fans are
Marylnd guaranteed plenty of action in
Pennsylvania vs. Penn State the final outing before the Arm-
Pittshburghvs. .iana. aed Forces Boxing Tournament
Prairie View vs. Arkansas A.M.&N. pens on Novemberposd bouts-15.
Princetes vs. Brawn Taking the proposed bouts t-
Purdunc vs. Michigan State some may be changed at the
Randolph-Maon vs. Johns Hopkins weighing-i n cerem b y hereiday
Redland vs., Occidental morning one by one, here's
Redsselaer vs. Worcester Teckh what the card shows,,
Renseier vs. Wrcnsin r Tech. The flyweight division will
Riconv. w i.ioninhave two newcomers to the local
Ripenmod vs Virsi TC rings as Rudolph Huerta of the
Ripen vs. Templs 33d goes against Parilla Torres
RSutrsi v s. Tempibof the 504th. The same holds
St. Augustine vs. Elabeth City true in the bantamweight -class
St. MichOlaf vs. rdmopM-t with Harold Capestrany of the
St. Olaf ta. Monmoesut 504th facing Luis Gonzalez of
*-San Dio State vs. Fresnoi Stat the 65th
*-Santa vs. HardiA-Stmo.ns (4) To men with one victory and
Scr.nton v.. Up.aa. no defeats to their credit will
South Coroinas State vs. Alabama tangle in'the featured feather-
AM weight bout as Robert Whitt of
*-South Dakota State vs. Morningsid* the 45th, a crowd pleaser in his
Southpr. allinoia vs. Washington (Mo.) victory over Vic Quilici of Al-
'-southwest Louisiana Iniitti'te vs. Lou- brook at Clayton, matches blows
Asin. Tech. with Leo Miesowits of Coco Solo,
Southw..ter (Tma..) v.. S*wa..* who gained a well-earney ver-
'-S5uthwest Texas State vs. Lamar Tech dictl over Harry Nichimuro of
Springfild vs. Rhod island Signal at Coco Solo last week,
Stuianford vs.. an J.s. State The other featherweight bout
S. F. Austin v. Sul Ross Stat. will place Richard Hanley of Co-
*-Stetson vs. Florida State rozal against Mendez Herminlo
$-Stout institute vs. St. Cloud Stat. of the 504th. Hanley lost a deel-
Swarthmore vs. Weal.yan sion to Oarcia at Kobbe and
1 Tedaessee vs. North CaroUli Herminio will be making his
Tism* vs. North Carolina first appearance.
*-Texa. An M yv. Arkansas... TOny Illardi of Signal, who
Tex.< Chriatias University vs. Baylor dropped a split decision to ex-
Texas Cotlleo vs. Southern University Army champion Fr a nk MC-
Texas vs. South.r. Methodist Laughlin! in a close match, at
STexa. Tech vs. Houston Kobbe, will headline the light-
Trinity vs. Coast Guard eight card against Gcerard r Cle-
STufts vs. Amherst i menti of tOle 33d. Clement drop-
Tulane, vs. Missiawippi Statei ped a closed ta..toRor! ue
Tulsa vs. Oklahoma 'A-M of the 65th at nobli e an ind t e
i Tuskegee institute vs. Fort Valley 0eking his first win of the sea-'-
s1 stateson.= Walle Ja. a of Coco $l0
S itat (N.Y vs. Wiliam and Rivera RicardO of the 504th
Urlis.. w. will make their Initial appear.
Uahiu.vs. agne.r ance and David Bantiagp'of the
U vs. C ia o 85thI takes on Colon GuS, f
S U rkse NYvs. Wulern-
Vanderbilt) vs. WashinLta the33d in other
V.rm..t N.rtk..t... .Lee WilsOn and Lqg Perfet
Vir.gla Union .V. Virginia stats will engage In a return u tIn
VirWb v.s. S:uth Car.H. (<) the welterweight class. Wilson
Wabask s. Hone.r gained a unlanlmoua decision in
I Wak Forest vs. North Carolina State their first outig hut Perfett
Was-hint. Stato v,.. n ho plans to change his Sayle and Is
S*-War. v. Mich. Norm..I I confident he can.turn the tables..
-Wastr. mlianies vs. E.tern IllinoIs on the 33d battler. Perfetti is
Western. Kentucky vs. Delta Stat fighting under the banner of the
W..otern esr.. vs. Cincinnati 45th. I l Murphy 6f Signal, wth
westminster vs. Waynesburg one victory and one defeat to.
West Virginia v. George Was.hintn his credit, will tackle David Coe*
-Wilwh ,s. Utah Stats of the 45th and Johnny Chalk 6f
Wilke vs. Adophi I Albrook will oppose Harlan' Ric-
WJiameotto -. Whitworthk ard of the. 33d.
S*-Wilmiasto. vs. Athbn IJn what promisess to be one of
Wittie.borg vs. Deis.eA tle top bouts of the year Paul
Wooster vs., Aiily si th of Albrook and' arles
r Xavier (l.a.) vs. Texas Southern JoYner of the 33d enter to match
Yale vs. Dartmouth wits and blows. Smith has pro-
SUNDAY, NOVIEMBER 1, IZ yen very popular with the fans
Dayt.n vs. Xavier (0.) in his first two outings as he

*-Night game
SI) lrminiham, Ala.
(2)-,-dAt Lur.l, Miss.
(<3)r-at erkeley, Calif.
(4)-at Cleveland, 0.
(5s-at Portland. Oae.
(a)--at Load, Calif.'
te 7)-at Nerfork, V.,

i CLARE, Mich. (UP) An
eight-room bird house at tht
Doherty Hotel in Clare, Mich.
!has a variety of tenants. Then
are three pairs of purple mar-
Itins, one pair of starlings and
Four pairs of English sparrows

He COuldn't Take

It Any Longer

CHAPEL HILL, N.C., Oet. 30'
(UP) Head cheerleader Bo
Thorp stood it as long as he
could but after North Care-
lina's third straight loss he
turned in his megaphone- and
reported to Coach Carl Siave-
ly for football practice.

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So. Cal., Purdue Make

Biggest Ratings Gains

United Press SportsEditor,
AEW YORK, Oct. 30 (UP)--Southern Califor-
nia and Purdue made the biggest gains in the United
Press football ratings today as Michigan State held
the No. 1 spot for the sixth consecutive week.

Although their margin over
the challenging teams still was
a comfortable one, the Spartans
received only 305 points this
week from the 35 outstanding
coaches who make up the rating
board. against 326 a week ago.
Their margin over runner-up
Maryland was cut to 32 points
against 54 a week ago. .To indi-
cate further how the rest of the
field is creeping up on Michigan
State is the fact that the point
spread between the first and
seventh place teams last week
was 191 points while this week
it is only 158.
Points are scored on the bas-
is of 10 for a first place vote,
nine for a second and so ,an
down to one for a 1tb.'.
Michigan State receive 19
frist place votes and a totaof
305 points to hold the No. 1 't.
while Maryland, with six tfrst
plade votes, compiled 213 its.
Southern California lumped
from sixth to third place ae a
resutilt of its 10 to 0 triumph Over
California, with two first viace
votes and 242 points. California
dropped from third to nint.'
Oklahoma and Georgia 'Tech
held fourth and fifth respetive-
ly. Each received two first place
votes with the Sooners receiving
a total of 231 points and Geor-
gia Tech 220. .

UCLA advanced from seventh
to sixth place, exchanging places
with Duke, as the Far West team
won two first place votes and
a total of 220 points. Duke did
not receive a single ballot for
the No. 1 spot but was givAn a
total of 149 points, 114 more
than Jast week.
Purdue jumped all the way
from a tie for 22nd to eighth
as the results of t't- convinc-
ing triumph o ve r Illinois,
drawing one first place vote
and a total of 34 points.
'It marked Purdue's first ap-
pearance in the top 10 this sea-
son while Kansas got back In
the select group with its victory
over Southern Methodist. Wis-
consin, beaten by UCLA and
Ohio State, uiset by Iowa, drop-
ped out of the top 10.
All of the top seven teams are
undefeated, although Oklahonima
has been tied. Purduef California
and Kansas all have lost ope
game nd In addition the Big
Ten team lso has a tie to mar
its record.
The-coaches who make up the
United Preas rating board in-
clude Paul Bryant, Kentucky;
Andy Oustafson, Miami; ralk
Howard, Clemson; Sill Murray,
Duke and Robert Neyland, Ten-

A.C. Makes Last Pacific!

Side Appearence Tonight
Tonight's game will be the last FPaidf. side appearance of.
the Athletic Clun Rkams. They will take on the strong Balboaw
Hlt" even in tUnlght's anme, alXr*tfg at 7 o'clock at the
Balboa Stadium frtltu, or should I (HI mudhole.
Weather be what It twil tad ill' will get ,.e see football
at its best for the .la Both ta~ts are out to win this
one, as It has a lot of sgnhilwnee to both dabs.
For Balboa High, rt **ild mea the bhateriung of several
record s nd hope to drop this ong. VIMt Is the fa t that they
have never lodt to the Rams. seq#u a fnlTe fact that they are
mwrki4Sgt a an uvndie&ete terfl e J n Wameu this year, and.-
lo 9a2 at W t eu hAM of o he 31IM eiom.
'Ti firsa. Biit.f'tt forpp. taking a d feat, is re-
verads to nake/ g! tib&'R.& : S: w Oold w likt to w v that
rgite. They bale detate.-ift Cristkml I gh and4Junor ol-
*.ould Ulke to wae it three stralbt hr taking the
Probable tir ilix line np. : ,
Tom Davidson LX Bill Carlin
Jim Fulton LT Ed Brinmsa
Ed Benny LG Art Sherry -
Fred Cotton C Jim Fraser
Bb Glad RG Doru Thomas
Carl -Widell RT Lu MTalla
Pon Hoff RE iharlie MeOladf.
ay .Nickisher QB ill De La Mater
iJa May LH leunle Angermuiler
I FuIeton RH Barr Keea
"ob Morris- FB. .rnie. tierrifug

blasted out TKO verdicts in both
cases. le defeated Reyes of the
504th In the top bout of the Kob.
be Smoker to duplicate his earli-
er performance at Clayton over
Elberts of the 33d, Jpyner has
the shortest fight of the season
to his credit as he gained a TKQ
victory over Ronniefield of Signs
al in just 56 seconds of .the. first
round in their fight at Clayton.
Only one middleweight bout is
on the. card and that pits
Charles Chesek of Coco Solo a-
gainst Alphonso Martinez of the
Another top feature of the
card matches Bob Mohh of Sign-
al against John Warren of Al-
brook. Both men have scored two
victories, one by TKO and one

va a spli, decision, and both
men are of the free swinging
tme which means a crowd-
pleaUng bouLa Leo Johnbn of
CocO Solo will take on Ernest
Mundy of the 45th and James
Choikt of Cor faces John
MortVrsi oil te 45th in two
other Uihtrheavyweiht bouts.
The h~iiweight 'division will
have tW boute with Hal Maria-
no of the 45th and James Mc-
Aleer of the 5th engaging in a
rematch. McAleer won the first
bout between theAe two lads
when he opened up a cut under
Mariano's left eye and the ring
doctor called k halt to th pro-
ceedings. BIl'Agosto of the 504th
will fae. DavidM Rason of Coco
Solo in 'te final bout.

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Wallace-Transito Kid fuier

Meets Plumnmer In, D eem er
According to> information from faed bitter in the blatem- qui and l
reliable sources, the winner of weight division. P iana
the Transito Kid-Sylvetqr Wal- Becatise of his inability to der amateur. .ul l
lace ten-round clash Sunday make 118.pound, any longer, Ce- boxers ricel
night at the Panama Gym will ear will be trying to make the eratlon. The.n W
meet. former Isthmian Feather- gradeand a comeback in the 12- BaolncComslauion
weight Champ Federico Plummer sound class. He will have to be mislon for tbhi eon
early in December. I ood shap i he to hip the tat.
The fight will be the first for' youna, and ambitioum Vicente.... .
Plummer since his law was frae- Worrnl in their ten-round suh-
tured a second timn In his bout feature contest. ,nnlTh Lltwov*
with.highly-rated Percy Basaett Worrell.a loser his last two !
at the Colon Arena three months times out, haa been. putting -
ago. "heart and soul" into his drills
Fans continue to flock to the and should be razor sharp come ALROO A TO A
t; venue "A" coliseum to watch Sunday. The experts, however, O
Wallace and the other flRhters .re- predicting a knockout win .
aio through their paces: Transito lor Letal. The eort*obbe team is-
has moved his training head- tsud anoe er this
quarters to Fort Clayton for the The six-round semifinal be- week and wyae aeepted
rest of this week. tween lyro2nCumberbitch and by ArooiT r A,.i

With each passing day the t e the tight of the 'evening A-nder -Q h ktur-
Wallace camp seems more confi- Cumberbatch Is overdue to et day por wh t f tour-
dent of victory. They are even back In the "winner's circle" some scheduled to e at ten
predicting a knockout triumph while Escuderoreturns "hunty" o'clock
tor Sylvester Sunday night. after a six-month enforced layoff
Fans can be assured that tollowing a pasting at the hands The Kobbe te has ba.e vic-
both the Kid and Wallace will of Leslie Thompson. tory to It credi verdict
be trying their utmost to put over Fort la an will be
over an impressive victory In Cumberbateh' Is the pick here seeking to ad note alp to
order to make the promised because of the inactvIty f 3a5- It belt. It will be th first match
match with Plummdr a success. ,udero. The wise boys think Bat- for the Airf Poree teambu from
Cesar Leal, who many say is thtg is still a bit "rusty" and the showing the ns atbew of the
en the way out as top-notcher, needs this bout as a tightener. team have made ith individual
continues to' flash some of the The four-round clash between competition, a cloaee'ltch tisex-
Torm that, made him the most' unbeaten "Toto" Ibarra of Chiril pected.
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Maryland Grid Stars Disclose

Sribe Offered To Fix Score

By ROBERT J. SERLING to him whether SU Cach Gay- proved thate gamblers "ean't
United Pres Staff nell Teisle% should be told t football
Correspondent It was understood the Li '. I'm preaoud ot .andI
team was uot aware of thb In;- THIIC TM HAT
COLLEGE PAlkK, Md., Oct. t.dInt *TH -TROVUO4al.. TER
(UP) Three members o. the Tatum said he still vwa not WHOL -Ga t uuy when
University of Maryland football s re that the whole thing might ed.a turrifiame." be
team, including star quarterback flot have been "juast a young ..d. r. sd. 4,
Jkk Sc&rbath. ,were offers pilnm.howsoff.. e... th o briUlant uWmDsm of Os
blbesa ,to hold down the score I But I ansy ew, ie 'al d, It -areer."
last 8aturday's,gafe with Louis: ________________
lana State Univeraty, it was d.
closed yesterday.
Police ahd unlvesity offils a .
sal the player reported to Auyt
Cfh Jim Tatum te e ..
14, the juniorW cass. *s ot
further identified pelldg arrest,.
buft *assald tobe We otofthe i *o ,>

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fao aftr-hour o .. .
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three touchdowanl f poeG wse oeli .r1 /n -
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On Mau Maus' "W- Of Only $52 Fu040r |i
PCIO, O ctVn 30 (UP) w- ense im o ha s behi nd the scenes idedub a
Forest Hideouts dU IUUdw w&a 0maths Tin
during 1953, and *Wrndd that the thm[dae0 "ot0j *ane ta
\ Prepch defense budget will be Inaltalkl In "TheMoI
NAIROBI. Oct. 30 (UP) Brit- "Let the people know the truth and the country is safe" Abraham Lincoln. et unless America aeds wlother iwa" tental ve i r, A
fsh troops rounded up at least 125,000,00. tuhl attaVl by Confre ar iki
600 more Africans today in a '1OKI0l0,tt0 h 'k Y
S of foresttribalreserves, as TWENTY-EIGHTH YEAR. PANAMA, R. P., THURSDAY, OCTOBER 30, 195L. FIV 'CEPleven told he Nata. As-tsIslht Pres hd4 |".
the government took sterner sembll. offldef tense c mittev thad ub-auerna b..Un 98wd.
measures to wipe out Mau Mau S omid tr.0i Otnt0tihv* o lansj'tousae d d''t .'.to whld.h
terrorism. iGuards Plan To So"v f "-- h- $5-o
The forest reserves served as t In I t tF r aeer s ufS11 .ar of an IuM ~ u
th-,i last redoubts for the Kikuyu 'it. 0,000 war fund I in Wah to in T
tribesmen who defied colonial Hef S 1 recalled that fig reIo =te ou wa r fund tO Waensb d"
irget AricnSRoiett or P l nT od a 1nfor1 France ,prud out of appropriations for tf p ree ialgnftr its budget
death of 50 Africans and whitesI tion e ar1 this Pa chil e an add dy committee apeeh to- le US. m Pi
killedint e lansotysix w a toofearl forthisFyearwhileaneawdden- "was closed to -the-publicbu
killed in the last six wrcks. gigi N ~ l ~ Ntional $1S0,00.J0b was offered la- sumumry of his remark bu WVrua4 c ,ould. be so nt --l
Three companies of the King's after to help finance the war In remarks
ments of the Kenya Regiment, On that basis. hp said, France irc n, p t.
arrested more than 500 Kikuyus, MENARD, Ill., Oct. 30 (UP- mands, but prison officials did of a two-day riot last month only after they had released the had planned to spend $4.182,648.- 'Pleventod te he
in the village of Kijabe, over- Prison authorities today studied not release the text of, the that was quelled with tear as guards. 000 for defense next year.He de- 'r p l de
looking the Rift Valley. the grievances of 300 hungry rioters' complaints, and a shotgun blast. One of the guards, R. clked that the budget will be cut tun-
Other rifle comDanies simul- and rebellions convicts who Yesterday the 300 rioters in The riot in the psychlatric Shaardt. said the convict did back to $4,057,648,000 unless Ame '.s- Z eUi isset at
taneously combed the Nyeri area barricaded thmeselves in a cell the stormy east cell block armed division broke out tuesday hot harm them and kept them rnca's firm offer of $525,000.000 is Mt of the
and other villages near Kijabte, block with seven captive guards, themselves with makeshift clubs when 300 prisoners stormed in the steward's office of the increased. a ct(c0o llitortor c bud-
rounding up another 100. land planned to starve out the and tomahawks and tried to the kitchen. Most were drl"gn kitchen, where they were well The defense-minister formally 4 t 1ql,000,000 to ofte re-
..... C ..... r rioters, If necessary, set fire to an adjacent guard back but 38 managed to seize fed. brought into the open a centro- duction in U.Id "
British Colonial Secretar h t S.erwood Dixo turret with torches of burning three guArds, snatch .(p 9haardt said the rioters tild very that has been raging,. foe. t ,er and
ver Lyttleton conferred withl But Lt. Gov. Sherwood Dixon, p seakedin motor oil butcher knives ad br a guards: "So long aj they A te e e .
Kenya colonial officials today in who yesterday played the lead- paper soaked n motor oil. thenf ives in the 3k tc dqn't use tear gas mi s yoeu syoo'alttpe p e e re-
an effort to rid the colony of the ing role in persuading 38 men-; The fires were put out before D .x.n lintdrrupted hi cam_- be all right." 1uluctOic.
Mau Mau African tsocietys. reign tally deranged prisoners to sur- they caused dama e. pa gn for the governorship-to Dixod. accompanied by several ..l. 11 -
of terror. I render and release three guards. i Prison officials said they hop- hurry here from Chlcag.iAd other officials and six newfxn, *..
Lytt~ton, who arved here said he was *"very hopeful" the ed to starve out the rioters ini attempt to seitte the mut*n. went to discuss the complateflfBc
yesterday from Britain, met with riot could be settled by negotia- the east cell blockwho began The rioters had demandedto. of .the .psychiarC prisonersM
K enyand members o f theiroColon ia-l'wond ALa r g e v o e
Kenyas governor Sir Evelyn Ba- tion the disturbance Monday night see Stevenson, campaigning in keeping his wprd that he Would
nLeislatlve Council. The strife-torn Me n a r and have had no meals since the East. but settled for Dixon. give them a "fair hearing" If A l
elatve State Prison was an armed Ithen. The acting governor went to the guards were released.
camp, with machinegun-car- i The east cell block was scene talk with the kitchen mutineers Their grievances Included 4e-
Urying state l and prison mands for better medical and Th e sPacific CivteIc Councll will
guards keeprig watch over these psychiatrc care, more athlete ho l as munal election next
stubborn rioters who were and more occupational therapy. slysay a-t Balt At.nh _
armed with clubs. nials contentr S ated first n lidurs,"' T.'Ho, ..k
Dixon said he hoped to meet ending tne psychiatric divit an Committee chal- '- .o,-r..6 tc
today with a committee of eight mutiny -because of the msta s n, has announced. He. said a- pre-I nomLne A dla .
rioters appointed by their fellow instabUilt of the prisoners. All 0 osup his
prisoners to plead the case with are under psychiatric care or re- "It Is felt that large tote will coste buttons he chill vetw A
the authorities. cently have undergone such show approval of ths Counel l's lland widashetaken his cm. 12to s o se
treatment. policy of fighting the rent in- d paiuto its cfin- w2 tel 1 e one l "
Two prison chaplains visited crease. It I highlydesrable .
the east cell block, where thel tha p mgy people from these a- .
holed up. twice last night and re s exercise their franchise. and
prisoners and their hostages are w -encoarage the good work oft tich .
brought back the rioters' grie- committees as: policy, comunu-
vances and demands. Tt services, recreatloft, asfety sod '
A Catholic chaplain said Res medU |U MLa#e airer"I
the men made "a&out 12" de- The American Proble s classSes
D is A ed 3I oa a Highscholudei the
Balboa Lions Club handl. , atT.e.
S.V.1 WINMION-SAXLM, N. C.. Oct. c6o6IIsaro#.t.
(0 Meet Tonight 0 .(UPJ--Jame a ,A Ora Or:, It Is- also-.feit that a large 6o
-''lTo Meet Tonightchairman of the board' of. R. J. will give these -studn vuale
At IOn Club Reynlda s Tobacco Co., one.of eo cinav il M
A U i Cuthe world's largest tobacco cokn- Theit '
paenics, died here today. He waus bnw'Wi-"l
The Balboa Lions Club the "Iun r ".,; p"o.o
first civic club of this type ever .
to be organized in the Canal OGatyentered a hospitall he"
Zone, will hold its first meeting snttaered a h6t r -b-
tonight at the Union Club, at01- partly e- l '
HE CAN'T SWALLOW IT- 8:00 p.m. M
Rocnie Welch, 22 months old. of The formation of the club Wvas i t al ."
Long Beach,,Caluf., was so im- annoufnted yesterday by Dr. Teo- pf*thew4 ago, bt 'bt
pressed by the Eisenhower cam- doro Arias, who organized the aSppe ad recovRe. io .-
paign, that he swallowed a small group. went to New York on'.
campaign button, literally eat- All past members of any Lion's last week, but wastakn ii ROsi Mire t t alu and,. .
ItAg up the publicity. Hearing 'of Club in the United States, and upon his, return Saturday4aghtn oiteri "
the mishap, General Dwight any other person interested in Ancon Distri-lt oh TW-
Eisenhower sent his young sup- joining the club are invited to ray was predet of the ty, Ma Rn e i
porteralargebt ttt i eeingfirm ftm 19 to 1946, and was mom]l, ward 9u ".E ,
porter e btton that Iattend tonight's meeg, mcAirman of the executive com- orench, Dr. L, ..0.'
Ronnie can't swallow. As soon as the club is com- mfwt. from 19i44 until his eoe- iC. Cartotto. Miss Caudehyi0el" .
pletely organized, it will hold its tmion from 194 o until his e c- board C. R. Cartotto. ss ne H
S meetings in the Canal Zone. ition US h0;thebo iRd Mrs. PaJones Lt., C.rr'nce
=wle thto now haw annual sales
USE OF THE NEW SAFETY MASK now worn for cleaning aotg to .$ ,000. Dablo District--- -'
aviation storage tanks at Albrook APB Is demonstrated by -Bg e a ere t nbot, Pegg Fak,.
William F J Jairay, above, who I% operating a hand-pressure 140 =i ,- .electe rmI T. 0. Coleman.
fray is In charge of petroleum storage for the CaribbeaA o A t h 8" .uar in i Mdow late r Terry. Kla '- e ..-
Command. Below is a rear view of the tube assembly thro hr b ohn
three sons, James A. jr., o ahn'
y KEN--RATION Dog Food which air is dumped into the mask. Besides the hand tunt, ted a met. Jree an Th7e 1952r
DePower pumpersare also used'an the job.aov ao e
WthSpecial eadtea, Mrs. John Gallaher ofwho !!aye aoerye

by an Air Force Inspector, the At Its October J., ,
cleaning of aviation-gas oiine l cific Civic Cou .
storage tanks at, Albrook AFB is mously to re39095" '
...going ahead smoothly. '"elpal Samendefdl*t t
An Air Force spokesman re- tution.
ported today that no difficulties ., .aThen 'i
have arisen since contractor Ce- flqleet's
cil High resumed the job that I' c4 ntl Briel l_
was interrupted lst July when s 1. Aa
soole 25 of the contractor's em- of ie d-
p oyes suffered tetraethyl-lead s r-- which lie s
poisoning from exposure to the 2. The
residue left in the tanks when p from Ang,:
I they were drained for cleaning (e .)oup
After 10 years In use. a".--"o
Two men died, And 14 required utx -
hospitalization. The about the mem .
'ow-your dog can have the complete nourishment special protective equlr mennt otwe"rinMaaon1g
Ken-L-Ration is known for, plu. the new and which the contractor ordered Ike Stee n .
e"" satioial odor-destroying benefts of chlorophvllin- from the Rtatmes. ... c.for... ,,ith W I --.

at no extra coat!. Air Force safety re ulrements. -Dra F '
Iten-L-Ration with chlorophyllin eliminates breath and These Include a ful -face mask .D / "
bdy odor... s Iv e long ding problem with dog which Is fed from outside by air Church Oou i h-
under sufficient pressure to ex- 60" to 80 101 thewN
"mere who my new Ken-L-Ktion bfinn unbelievable Ilude an air from entering while __________ __s B --- I V
results. .^the workman is down in the XWUM &W In the ma
Start feeding Ken-L-Ration today and may good-bye tank. I O a4 9Mdo 14. The #ae
to dog odors forever! As an added safety measure. OWtZe.W r M the M.,
a large blower keeps a constant oty ran t e amg Oanatelv PubhaxI
circulation of air moving Inth S re en-Stealers the.
tank itself., so that fumes cannon tefScreen-Stelers totht e c
collect there. Fined AFrt BolboIk, Tmh. w5 se1lvd and '
W OUorkmnen also wear coveralls, FiA rBa .I
O WT Ogloves And sturdy shoes. Two teenage Panamanian re- ihr ob.". .t
"Poui wIw tiaoRul' jr f Tools mide from a special al- ceived jail sentences yesterday e s ft ismidestiW
lay that will not strike an elec- In the Balboa Ifagtstrates Court AmeSs. '
Cannod dog food. It's pecked with lean trlc spark are used for the ac- and were eaclY fined $25 for si ai
red meat.. choice cuts of U. S. Govern- tuIal work of cleaning. These stealing copper sreening fromacM
meant Inspected horse meat. The dog tools I n c I u d e standard-size empty Canal quarters. ad
food that ends dog odon--Iel spades and shovels, long-hand- The youths, Iva n Jerome, 16
Sled scraper, hand scrapers, and and Alvin Alfredo Butcb*, 1I, in
wire. brushes, plus a non-adjust. received 30 days and 10 dos In
able double-ended wrench. jail respectively wheo tFywere
Of the cleaning crew on the found guilty on the et ar-
Job last summer, two are still ceny char e.
K U N LA TIO N hoItL, d for special diets J erome bsua previov 1t
and vtmins, one man is an Zone recor
out-patient, and three others The screening. worth PS.80
o eAd er xes 1 as It No rises are still recelvinng compensation was cut out of house 113 on gi.a
from the inurance company. pire Street. ...

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